Adjunct Faculty

The purpose of our Adjunct Professor Program is to enhance the scientific expertise of the department, provide specialized supervision of graduate students, and increase cooperation in research and teaching with other departments and institutions.  Adjunct Professor duties in our department primarily involve graduate student supervision, but may also involve teaching (graduate and/or undergraduate) and service. Adjuncts may be contacted directly for more information about their research programs and graduate student opportunities.  Researchers interested in obtaining adjunct status in Biological Sciences should contact the chair of the adjunct committee, Jim Roth.

  • German Avila Sakar, University of Winnipeg (204-786-9326) Plant resource allocation. Website
  • Brandon Barton, Mississippi State University (662-325-7579) Global change impacts on food webs. Website
  • Charlene Berkvens, Assiniboine Park Zoo (204-927-8011) Wildlife health.
  • Christina Davy, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry (705-755-5220) Population and disease ecology of species at risk. Website
  • Kira Delmore, Texas A&M University (979-900-2129) Behavioral genomics & speciation. Website
  • David Deslauriers, Université du Québec à Rimouski (418-723-1986 x 1802) Ecophysiology, population energetics & life history modeling. Website
  • Steve Ferguson, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-983-5057) Arctic marine mammal population health. Website
  • Sara Good, University of Winnipeg (204-786-9434) Genetic analysis of genomes and populations. Website
  • Steve Harris, Iowa State University (515-294-2149) Fungal interactions, morphogenesis & genomics. Website
  • Kim Howland, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-984-4227) Aquatic ecology.
  • Dan Isaak, U.S. Forest Service (208-373-4385) Native fish research, conservation and management. Website
  • Oliver Lung, National Centre for Foreign Animal Diseases (204-789-2014) Viral genomics.
  • Marianne Marcoux, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-983-5023) Arctic marine mammal bioacoustics & chemical biomarkers. Website
  • Cory Matthews, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (431-999-2679) Arctic marine mammal population ecology.
  • Hannah Murphy, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (709-772-4925) Forage fish recruitment dynamics. Website
  • Andrea Niemi, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-984-0562) Arctic marine ecosystem science.
  • Vince Palace, IISD – Experimental Lakes Area Inc (204-256-6690) Aquatic toxicology. Website
  • Stephen Petersen, Assiniboine Park Zoo (204-927-6090) Molecular ecology of Arctic marine mammals. Website
  • Ross Tallman, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-983-3362) Arctic fish stock assessment & integrated ecosystem research.
  • Cortney Watt, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-451-0087) Arctic marine mammal foraging ecology.
  • Jen Zamon, NOAA (203-739-1055) Marine predator-prey interactions & pelagic fishes. Website
  • Xinhua Zhu, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (204-983-1062) Fisheries research.